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  • I'm not sure, but probably unarmed and sighted. Though undoubtedly they had some "compensating" factor worked into it to make it a good show--like you'd get a lion up your backside or something.

    I actually stopped adding to this list, because reading about the subject makes me nauseous. Then my S.O. suggested I make a list of subjects that I've made lists about that make me nauseous.

    ...I thought about it.

    April 18, 2009

  • Which would you rather be? I think I'd prefer to be unarmed and sighted.

    April 18, 2009

  • A condemned criminal forced to fight another one. From (a different) Wikipedia page: "One had a weapon and was blindfolded and the other was unarmed but had no blindfold." See also this Google Books page.

    April 17, 2009